By Carey Purcell
30 May 2014
A discussion series focusing on arts and education, "Next Stage" is aimed at early-to mid-career artists in the fields of theatre, dance, music and visual arts. "Next Stage" will continue on a yearly basis, featuring artists moderating and speaking at the events.
Events of the Next Stage discussion are hosted and presented by Lincoln Center Education, in partnership with other New York City arts organizations.
Dr. Aaron A. Flagg, professor of Music at Dean of the Hartt School and senior advisor to the president on External Relations at the University of Hartford, moderates the panel. Joining Dr. Flagg are Sarah Johnson, director, Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall; Angélica Negrón, composer and New York Philharmonic teaching artist; and Paola Prestini, composer and creative director of Original Music Workshop.
June 10: Visual Arts
Moderator: Andrew Goldstein, editor-in-chief of Artspace
All events in the series take place at 6 PM in the Clark Studio Theater, located on the seventh floor of the Samuel B. and David Rose Building at Lincoln Center, 65th Street and Amsterdam Avenue.
Tickets for Lincoln Center Education's "Next Stage" series are $10 and available for purchase at lincolncenter.org/nextstage, (212) 721-6500, and at the Avery Fisher Hall Box Office, Broadway and 65th Street.